The Feud Gets Physical! Teresa Giudice's Husband Throws Punches In Brawl With Her Brother

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Jul. 8 2013, Published 12:35 p.m. ET

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So much for brotherly love. Teresa Giudice's feud with her brother Joe Gorga and his wife Melissa escalated from name-calling to punches at a recent family "healing" retreat gone bad in newly released clips of the July 14 episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey.

Teresa had planned the family retreat with her cousins Kathy Wakile and Rosie Pierri. But instead of mending the family tensions, the time away appears to have made things worse.

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"You are poison!" Melissa Gorga screams at Teresa in one clip of the upcoming episode.

Her husband, Joe, tells a retreat facilitator, "I appreciate everything you've done. At this point it's a waste of time."

And that sets Teresa off. "You are disappointing our family!" she screams. "Stick with your sister. Blood is thicker than water."

Joe simply shakes his head, repeating, "Shame on you."

While Melissa sulks in the background, Teresa, says, "You're believing strangers over your own blood! Get balls. Be a man. Stick with your blood."

Joe replies, "I'm not sticking with scum like you."

Teresa, stunned, later tells her husband, Joe Giudice, what her brother said, and that's all it takes to get tempers flaring.

Ostensibly hoping for an apology, her husband runs back into the room and starts throwing punches at her brother.

Sadly, that was not the first time the two have traded blows: They famously attacked each other at the christening for Joe and Melissa's son, Joey, back in 2010.

Could the family feud possibly get any worse? Find out on Sunday night at 8/7 pm central on Bravo and stay tuned to


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